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Cannon Group Honors More Than 50 Veterans’ Organizations Nationwide on Veterans Day

Cannon Group Honors More Than 50 Veterans’ Organizations Nationwide on Veterans Day

Team members deliver food to more than 50 VFW establishments, American Legions and military bases across the country in honor of U.S. veterans

November 15, 2016

This Veterans Day, Cannon Group team members showed their appreciation to veterans from more than 50 Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) locations, American Legions and U.S. military bases across the country.

The private telecom management firm, headquartered in Blue Bell, Pa., provided a variety of pizzas, tomato pies, assorted baked goods and candy for its staff members to deliver to as many veteran establishments as possible.

In addition to these deliveries, the Cannon Group team was encouraged to spend the day socializing and getting to know the local U.S. veterans in various locations around their nationwide offices.


Cannon Group employees share a drink with veterans in Kansas City, Missouri.


More than 30 Cannon Group team members participated in visiting locations across the country, including Pennsylvania — in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, the Poconos, Harrisburg, and Allentown — Decatur, Illinois; Kansas City, Missouri; and the National Guard Base in Helena, Montana.

Cannon Group also provided food donations for VFW 3460 (to be served at the VFW’s annual Veteran’s Day luncheon following the town’s Veterans Day parade), as well as the Pennsylvania Veterans Museum in Media, Pa.

The Veterans Day Parade in Media, Pa.

The Veterans Day Parade in Media, Pa.


Chris Cannon, founder and president of Cannon Group, has been encouraging company-wide Veterans Day events for the past several years. He says that donations and deliveries are a way to dedicate a relatively small amount of time and effort to those who have dedicated their lives to serving their country.

According to Cannon, he’s looking forward to continuing these efforts in the future to benefit U.S. veterans.


A somber moment at the American Legion in Willow Grove, Pa.


For more photos of Cannon Group’s Veterans Day festivities, check out this gallery:


Cannon Group’s efforts were recognized in a series of thank you notes from the Administrator of Media Armory and the Commander at VFW Post 6393:

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